Rudy Project, based in Denver, CO, is a dominant force in the world of triathlon with its aerodynamic helmets.

At this year’s  Ironman Wold Championship, the Wing57 aero/TT helmet, (lead photo), with flip up visor from Rudy Project looks to shatter records with its 7th consecutive helmet count win at the Ironman Wold Championship worn by Ironman Cairns 2017 champion Sarah Crowley and Andy Potts wearing the aerodynamic lid. Heather Jackson, who stood on the women’s podium in Kona last year and is a favorite to win this year, will go with her tried and true Wing57 in a custom paint job, while Sarah Piampiano is looking to sport the Boost 01, (pictured above), also with a flip up visor – and expected to be the star of this year’s competition.

For more information, log on to Rudy Project.